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Grotjahn, M. (1943). The Organization of a Psychiatric Service for a General Hospital: Lawrence S. Kubie. Psychosomatic Med., IV, 1942, pp. 252–272.. Psychoanal Q., 12:597-598.
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: The Organization of a Psychiatric Service for a General Hospital: Lawrence S. Kubie. Psychosomatic Med., IV, 1942, pp. 252–272.

(1943). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 12:597-598

The Organization of a Psychiatric Service for a General Hospital: Lawrence S. Kubie. Psychosomatic Med., IV, 1942, pp. 252–272.

Martin Grotjahn

The domain of psychiatry is coextensive with the domain of medicine. Ultimately this must mean that a high degree of training in psychiatry will be as essential to the future physician as was a training in anatomy to our medical ancestors. In the meantime, while psychiatry struggles to perfect its methods,

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a type of partnership is necessary between psychiatry and all the rest of medicine which is unique. Psychiatry cannot play the rôle of a specialty among other specialties, because it must aim constantly to coördinate its work closely with all of the others. To achieve such a partnership an organization must be built up consisting of a series of psychiatric units, each of which is attached to one of the services in the hospital. The details of such an organization are described in this paper.

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Grotjahn, M. (1943). The Organization of a Psychiatric Service for a General Hospital. Psychoanal. Q., 12:597-598

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